Question about 2008 Toyota Yaris Sedan
Keep in mind that the ignition does not start cars like they used to.
It simply sends a signal to the ECU to start it (hence it automatically
cranking until its started, etc).
The fact that their is no click at all and everything else gets power it is probably not the battery. The best place to check would be the fuses. Other then that a connection is probably bad.
- Go get a neighbor to try to jump start your car. If nothing happens still theres your answer. Its not the battery. Its either your starter or ignition switch.
- Is it an automatic? If so, try starting it in neutral position (parking brake on to hold the car still.)
- If it is a manual transmission, could the clutch switch be bad?
If you need more details about electrical system, you can find here the Toyota Yaris 2007 Wiring Diagrams
I hope help you with this information. Good luck.
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